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Just When You Thought it Was Safe…

Nearly 43 years ago, Steven Spielberg’s first JAWS movie sent chills down the spine of every beachgoer in America.  Even today people are afraid to swim in the ocean fearing a shark is waiting to attack them.

Tell the truth.  If you saw that movie, you’ve had that same feeling, haven’t you?

Put those feelings aside for a moment and look at some facts:

The odds of getting attacked and killed by a shark are 1 in 3,748,067.

In your lifetime, you are more likely to die from fireworks (1 in 340,733), lightning (1 in 79,746), drowning (1 in 1,134), a car accident (1 in 84), stroke (1 in 24), or heart disease (1 in 5).

Although the numbers above put that “Fear of Sharks” thing in perspective, people still cringe at the thought of swimming in the ocean.

The same thought process applies to many people about going back in the stock market after the rollercoaster ride we had in February.

You don’t have to admit it but in the back of your mind are you comfortable with the stock market at this point in time?

No?

Welcome to the majority.

Let me remind you, the MAJORITY has to be wrong in order for the stock market to make big moves.

The elite ruling class (the “Club”) knows this and they use every fear tactic in their arsenal to keep you on edge about investing.   And they’ll remind you that most people lose money in the stock market?

The truth behind that statement comes from the fact that most people invest with the Jaws mindset.

So, if you want to shed those fears and invest with confidence you need to change how you think.  When you do, you’ll see why your odds of winning are much higher than you think.

Find out how…HERE.

 

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